You can be a different person in Las Vegas than you might be in your daily life. For many people, this means immersing themselves in ways they might not have thought of under other circumstances. It can mean anything from indulging in more adult drinks than usual (and other substances allowed in Nevada) to gambling and eating fancy meals. Or report that sleep is for the weak.
When you visit the Las Vegas Strip, you can gamble all night, find yourself taking pictures with strangers as the sun rises, or do countless other things you might not think of outside of Sin City. Las Vegas also provides an opportunity for people to check things out from their bucket lists.
That could mean seeing a major cast like Elton John, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, John Legend, or some other star in residence at Caesars Entertainment. (CZR) or MGM Resorts International (MGM) its origin. It may also mean dining at a first-class restaurant such as Nobu or Mr. Chow at Caesars Palace, Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak, or Eataly at the MGM Grand and Park MGM respectively.
Some people also want to experience things in Las Vegas that they might not have the opportunity to do elsewhere. And while the Strip’s main properties offer the opportunity to get a tattoo, get an IV to help recover from the fatigue of travel (or a hard night), party at night and/or day clubs, along with a myriad of other activities, there’s one thing you can’t To be on the Las Vegas Strip – a mermaid.
To do this, you’ll have to go outside the Strip to Silverton Casino, a unique boutique resort located on I-15 and Blue Diamond in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Resort Offers Mermaid School
Attracting attention in a property outside the Gaza Strip can be a challenge. The Silverton Casino Hotel has taken advantage of its one-of-a-kind “mermaids” to help lure customers away from Caesars, MGM and other big players on the Las Vegas Strip.
When the property opened in 2004, it presented a mermaid show inside an 117,000-gallon tank as the main attraction. The show is over, but the mermaids remain, swimming in the tank several times a day to entertain the guests.
And in 2019, before the pandemic, Silverton added a mermaid school for children ages 7 to 12. This show was closed during the pandemic and was back in April with teens and adults allowed as well on select dates, according to Casino.org’s Cory Levitan.
The class, which costs $175 per person, gives would-be mermaids the chance to wear a tail (you can’t keep it) and get a lesson in being a mermaid while swimming in the hotel’s massive tank.
Silverton Hotel Casino is undergoing a major renovation
This Mermaid School expansion comes as Silverton Casino is undergoing a “complete reimagining of its hotel offerings, creating a new boutique hotel experience to anchor the resort,” the company said in a press release.
The property’s 300 rooms will be redesigned and reconfigured with what the company calls “three distinct design stories:”
- Cowboy kitch set: Rooms feature a quirky blend of rustic chic with chic modern touches
- Modern Ristic Collection: The rooms feature natural furnishings, antique, and restored, with a sense of natural warmth in the outdoors
- Levin Lodge GroupRooms inspired by the elegant Rockies glam design and the legendary cattle baron homes of the West.
“This is more than just a room renovation,” said Silverton CEO Craig Cavalier.. “This was an opportunity to creatively reinvent our entire hotel operations in Las Vegas. While maintaining aspects of the inn theme that our guests have enjoyed over the years, our new rooms and suites will envelop our guests in a new spirit of rustic elegance, providing a unique hotel experience in Las Vegas. Vegas”.
The $45 million renovation is expected to be completed in early 2023.